Question about Gateway Computers & Internet
Laptops can develop connection problems with the screen to the mobo after any given amount of wear and tear. If this is the case then user-repair is not typically a wise decision as it will either void the warranty or further damage your hardware. Having the manufacturer of your laptop repair it is a much safer route. If however the connection is not the problem then this is a problem with your display drivers or faulty display hardware / video card.
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The LCD is fine as you can see the display.
This is a backlight fault.
This may have been caused by dropping (breaking the backlight tubes) or the inverter circuit has become faulty.
This should not cost hundreds to repair.
I think you should talk to the seller with a view to getting your money back first though.
Oct 13, 2007 | Computers & Internet
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